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July 18, 2017

Todd Haynes to Receive Locarno Lifetime Achievement Award

Todd Haynes to Receive Locarno Lifetime Achievement Award VARIETY Written by Nick Vivarelli on July 18, 2017 ROME – The Locarno Film Festival will pay homage to Todd Haynes with its Pardo d’Onore Manor lifetime achievement award. The Oscar-nominated U.S. director will also be celebrated by the prominent Swiss fest with screenings of his latest film “Wonderstruck” and also... View Article
July 13, 2017

“Master of None” nominated for Sound Mixing

“Master of None” nominated for Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) And Animation VARIETY Written by Maane Khatchatourian on July 13, 2017 The nominations for the 69th Annual Emmy Awards were unveiled on Thursday morning. The honorees were announced at the Television Academy’s Wolf Theatre at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood by... View Article

Choosing the right workstation set-up for the job

Choosing the right workstation set-up for the job POST PERSPECTIVE Written by Lance Holte on July 12, 2017 Like virtually everything in the world of filmmaking, the number of available options for a perfect editorial workstation are almost infinite. The vast majority of systems can be greatly customized and expanded, whether by custom order, upgraded... View Article
July 12, 2017

Common, Bradford Young unveil ‘Black America Again’ at Carnegie Museum of Art

Common, Bradford Young unveil short film ‘Black America Again’ at Carnegie Museum of Art PITTSBURGH COURIER Written by Tene Croom on July 12, 2017 Black life in Pittsburgh from 1935 to 1975—the ills of a people disenfranchised, angered by wars, fists in the air shouting, “What is it good for?!” Black life in Pittsburgh—Celebrities performing... View Article
July 10, 2017

How Re-Recording Mixer Josh Berger Uses RX on Master of None

How Re-Recording Mixer Josh Berger Uses RX on Master of None IZOTOPE Written by Jon Simmons on June 29, 2017 In Netflix-original comedy Master of None, Aziz Ansari plays a version of his real-life self—his character, Dev, a 30 year-old actor in New York City, vacillates between struggles large and small: finding true love or the best... View Article

NY State Post-Production Tax Credit Program Inspires Growth

Confidence in the New York State Post-Production Tax Credit Program Inspires Growth NYs Love Film Published on June 29, 2017 In the five years since the New York State Film Tax Credit Program’s post-production credit was tripled – from 10 percent to 30 percent—the state’s post-production industry has skyrocketed, with more jobs being created and... View Article
July 7, 2017

Harbor’s Bobby Johanson Discusses ADR for TV and Film

Harbor’s Bobby Johanson Discusses ADR for TV and Film POST PERSPECTIVE Written by Jennifer Walden on July 6, 2017 A lot of work comes in and out of the ADR department at New York City’s Harbor Picture Company. A lot. Over the past year alone, ADR mixer Bobby Johanson has been cranking out ADR and loop... View Article
June 27, 2017

Fearless Girl’s Run at Cannes Ends With 4 Grand Prix and 18 Total Lions

Fearless Girl created for State Street Global Advisors by McCann New York, is one of the most awarded campaigns in Cannes Lions history. (DP, Jack Shanahan) ADWEEK Written by David Griner on June 24, 2017 CANNES, France—It’s official: Fearless Girl is one of the most highly honored campaigns in the history of the Cannes Lion International Festival of... View Article
June 19, 2017

A New York premium brand enables next generation collaborative workflows

A New York premium brand enables next generation collaborative workflows SIGNIANT Overview Harbor Picture Company has designed and built some of the most state-of-the-art post production facilities in New York City. They already occupy 50,000 square feet of space in Soho, and just broke ground on New York’s largest scale theatrical mix stage and premier... View Article
June 9, 2017

‘Billions’ Writers Get Creative in Village Digs

‘Billions’ Writers Get Creative in Village Digs VARIETY Written by Cynthia Littleton on June 8, 2017 The action on “Billions” takes place on Wall Street, but the masterminds of the Showtime drama are more comfortable working out of digs in the West Village. Brian Koppelman and David Levien, co-creators and showrunners, haven’t been in the space... View Article
June 1, 2017

NYC’s Harbor on Coast-to-Coast 35mm Workflow for Todd Haynes’ Wonderstruck

Cannes Competition Entrant Required Some Extra Attention to Make Sure Editorial Had Color-Corrected Dailies STUDIO DAILY Written by Bryant Frazer on May 30, 2017 New York’s Harbor Picture Company recently finished dailies and post-production on Wonderstruck, the new film from director Todd Haynes starring Julianne Moore, which played in competition at the Cannes Film Festival earlier... View Article
May 30, 2017

Sofia Coppola Wins Best Director at Cannes

Sofia Coppola Wins Best Director at Cannes NEW YORK TIMES Written by Manohla Dargis on May 28, 2017 CANNES, France — The movie “The Square” — a slick, diverting social commentary from Sweden that delivers a spanking to the bourgeoisie — was the surprise winner of the 70th Cannes Film Festival. Directed by Ruben Ostlund,... View Article
May 26, 2017

From the Low-Budget Swingers to a New Psychological Thriller in 16MM Anamorphic

POST MAGAZINE Written by Iain Blair Doug Liman first made his name directing the 1996 low-budget cult hit comedy, Swingers, before proceeding to redefine the action/spy thriller with the hugely successful, The Bourne Identity, which spawned a five-movie, mega-franchise (he stayed on as executive producer for the sequels). The prolific director/producer followed Bourne with another... View Article
May 23, 2017

Colorist/DP Collaborations Garner Acclaim From Audiences and Critics

Colorist/DP Collaborations Garner Acclaim From Audiences and Critics POST MAGAZINE Written by Christine Bunish The bond between a colorist and cinematographer is an artistic partnership, which both ensures that the DP’s on-set vision is accurately reflected on the screen and provides opportunities to expand that vision in the DI suite. Veteran colorist/DP teams have delivered... View Article
May 16, 2017

Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola on Hollywood Sexism, Their Feminist ‘Beguiled’ Remake

Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola on Hollywood Sexism, Their Feminist ‘Beguiled’ Remake VARIETY Published on May 16, 2017 by Ramin Setoodeh Sofia Coppola met her muse Kirsten Dunst in 1998. The actress was just 16 at the time, and the 27-year-old daughter of Francis Ford Coppola was about to make her directorial debut with “The... View Article